Hometown: Pottstown, Penn.
Parent's Names: Jack and Patti Morris
Siblings Names and Ages: Nicole Morris (19)
Honors: Member of the U21 National Team that won a bronze medal at the Jr. Pan American Games (2012-13), member of the U19 National Team and the Women's Indoor Pan American Championship Team (2012), earned a bronze medal at the Junior Olympics (2010), scored 103 career goals in her prep career, holds the all-time single season goal record at both high schools attended (2010, 2011), NFHCA Second-Team All-Pennsylvania Region (2011)
Why did you choose Duke?
Duke is the perfect match for me. It has everything I'm looking for academically and athletically. I love the coaches and I love the team, so everything just clicked.
To be able to say that I am a member of the Duke Field Hockey Team is...
Truly amazing. I'm so excited to be a part of the Duke Field Hockey Family.
What is your Most Memorable field hockey moment?
Beating Chile in the Bronze Medal match at the Junior Pan Am Games to qualify for the World Cup.
Favorite Color: Blue
Favorite Food: Chinese
Favorite Movie: Anchorman
Favorite Book: Harry Potter Series
Favorite Band/Singer: Chiddy Bang
Sports Hero: Troy Polamalu
Non-sports Hero: My Grandfather
What one person would you like to spend a day with: Claude Giroux
Describe yourself in one word: Motivated
The one possession you can't live without: My Toms
What would be your dream job: Marine Biologist
If you could be on a magazine cover, what magazine: Vogue
If you could be in a movie, what movie: Anything with Will Ferrell
If a movie was made of your life, who would play you: Jennifer Aniston
Something most people don't know about you: I really love to sing.
What is the best piece of advice you ever received: If you really want something, go get it.
What one thing has had the most impact on your life: Playing field hockey
Career ambition: I want to play on the National Team, maybe play professional field hockey overseas, and then become a college coach